There's no need to play the "devil's advocate" in regard to this worksheet. It is, without a doubt, a perfect assessment to use after reading "The Devil and Tom Walker." Those who utilize this ditto will be able to focus on literary terminology in questions that delve into the story (plot, setting, theme, imagery, irony, point-of-view, etc.) as well as provide students with the opportunity to reflect on the characteristics of the Romantic Period. Due to the variety of queries, this handout also allows for an easy segue into class discussions about Emerson and Thoreau's thoughts on materialism and moral clarity.